Dragon Age: Inquisition has a $170 collector's edition
Keep away from small children
For the Dragon Age fan who needs more stuff in their life, there's the collector's edition of Inquisition to consider. Or should I say the "Dragon Age Inquisition Inquisitor's Edition," to be precise. It's really called that, according to GameStop. And it's really priced at $169.99.
For the money, you're getting a bunch of items: a special case wrapped in faux reptile skin, a cloth map of Thedas, tarot cards, a full-scale six-piece lock-pick set (okay, this is rad), map markers, a badge, coins, a quill and inkpot, a 40-page inquisitor's journal, and the game in a steel book.
Still. $169.99. I quite like the look of the lock-pick kit, but you'd need to be a superfan to justify that cost. Find a higher-res image of the collector's edition spread below.
Collector's Edition revealed [BioWare forums -- Thanks, Fndango]
Photo Gallery: (1 images) Setup email comments
Click to zoom - browse by swipe, or use arrow keys
Please report harassment, spam, and hate speech to our community fisters
, and flag the user (we will ban users dishing bad karma
). Can't see comments?
Apps like Avast
or browser extensions
can cause it. You can fix it by adding *.disqus.com to your whitelists.